Roscoea cangshanensis BWJ7848 SOLD OUT
A rare and newly described species collected from the Cangshan mountains in Yunnan, China. This is a unique species of hardy ginger that produces stoloniferous growth. Produces rosettes of lance-shaped leaves and a succession of bright purple-pink, orchid-like flowers with white stripes from August to November. Height 30 cm. Part sun to part shade in a humus rich, well-drained soil.